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far larger considerations than pure Political Economy affords — that he gives that
well-grounded feeling of command over the principles of the subject for purposes
of practice, owing to which the " Wealth of Nations," alone among treatises on ...
All know that it is one thing to be rich, another thing to be enlightened, brave, or
humane ; that the questions how a nation is made wealthy, and how it is made
free, or virtuous, or eminent in literature, in the fine arts, in arms, or in polity, are ...
Importation of anything, other than the precious metals, was regarded as a loss to
the nation of the whole price of the things imported ; unless they were brought in
to ... The commerce of the world was looked upon as a struggle among nations ...
... hordes of the nations which had remained nomad precipitate themselves upon
those which had already become agricultural ; until, these having become
sufficiently powerful to repel such inroads, the invading nations, deprived of this
the general condition of the society ; and hence the inveterate impression, of
which Europeans have only at a late period been disabused, concerning the
great opulence of Oriental nations. In this wealth, without reckoning the large
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Pragmatic or muddled? Mill sets out to explore economic principles but, ultimately, finds that there is no principle which doesn't have any amount of conceivable exceptions. You have to wonder why its ... Читати огляд повністю